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'Now, you see, you can have my rose. Your nose isbetter!' She kissed his nose, and transferred her rose to the button-hole of his short coat. `That's all. Come along!' And with her arm through his, they went down. But he knew she had come to say something which she had not said.

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Bob Pierson, in virtue of greater wealth than the rest of the congregation, always read the Lessons, in his high steamy voice, his breathing never adjusted to the length of any period. The congregation, accustomed, heard nothing peculiar; he -was the necessary gentry with the necessary finger in the pie. It was his own family whom he perturbed. In the second row, Noel, stating solemnly at the profile of her father in the front row, was thinking: `Poor Daddyl His eyes look as if they were coming out. Oh, Daddyl Smilel or it'll hurt you!' Young Morland beside her, rigid in his tunic, was thinking: `She isn't thinking of mel' And just then her little finger crooked into his. Edward Pierson was thinking: `Qh! My dear old Bob1 Ohl' And, beside him Thirza thought: 'Poor dear Tedl how nice for him to be having a complete rest! I must make him eat-he's so thin l' And Eve was thinking: `Oh, Fatherl Mercy!' But Bob Pierson was thinking: `Cheer oh l Only another three verses 1' Noel's little finger unhooked itself, but her eyes stole round to young Morland's eyes, and there was a light in them which lingered through the singing and the prayers. At last, in the reverential rustle of the settling congregation, a surpliced figure mounted the pulpit.
`I come not to bring Peace, but a sword.'
Pierson looked up. He felt deep restfulness. There was a pleasant light in this church; the hum of a country bluebottle made all the difference to the quality of silence" No

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